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From the North Beaujolais region, the pink granite of the soils of steep Fleurie vineyards are more acid and produce lighter, more delicate wines than, say, Morgon, and can be some of the most charming of all Beaujolais. This wine from 50-year-old vines is perhaps a bit more mineral than the supple Brouilly, a slightly more ‘serious’ affair. This Fleurie has explosive floral aromas and is very energetic and focused on the medium-full palate, where the tannins are discreet and the mineral freshness calls the shots right through the vibrant, long finish
Delightful with a garlic and rosemary roast lamb.
This Beaujolais cherry bomb is drawn from 20- to 40-year-old vines grown on dark granite soils around the homestead in Saint-Vérand (in southern Beaujolais). The winemaking here has remained unchanged for decades, with traditional whole-bunch, semi-carbonic fermentation in concrete tanks and then maturation in both tank and ancient oak casks still the order of the day. As opposed to his age-worthy Crus from Moulin-a-Vent, Fleurie, et al., Chermette’s aim here is to produce something light-bodied, bright and cherry-fruited with reach-for-another-glass charm. So exuberant you could be tasting out of barrel. There’s a gentle spicy complexity from the whole bunches matched by waves of crushed raspberry and spiced cherry. supported by mouth-watering acidity and silky tannins. This prettily scented 2020 is ready to open and enjoy any time you are. From one of the region’s great addresses, this is punchy and juicy red goes down dangerously easily
Try with glazed prime ribs.
From the Beaujolais region, the colour is light ruby red. Bouquet & Palate of the Beaujolais Villages Combe aux Jacques should be consumed lightly chilled to preserve the delicious aromas of fruit and the delicacy and freshness of the wine.
Ideal with cured meats, pasta and risotto, mild, fresh cheeses and white meats such as grilled chicken or rabbit.
From the Beaujolais region, the colour is deep crimson. The bouquet shows notes of nuts and fleshy red berry fruits with a hint of vanilla and lavender. The palate has a wonderful richness of dark red and black fruits and firm tannins, with an appealing savouriness on the lingering finish.
Ideal with cassoulet, duck confit, game meats, lamb or steak, and white meats such as grilled chicken or rabbit.
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